This week on the Boagworld web show we look at how digital has empowered customers and led to a service driven business culture.
This week on Boagworld Web Show we discuss the need for in-house digital teams and what roles they should include.
This week on The Boagworld Web Show we look at creating a digitally friendly culture – including the top 10 characteristics of a digital company and what digital workers look for in an employer.
A concerted campaign of education
Being released on Friday, March 14, 2014
This week on the Boagworld Show we discuss how your primary job is education and what exactly it is you should be teaching.
Season 8 of the Boagworld Show takes a look at the bigger picture. It's no longer enough for an organisation to have a website and Facebook page. We are moving away from the industrial era into a new digital economy. But what does that mean for business and how does it effect us as web professionals?
Featured: The Digital Divide
On the first episode of Season 8, we discuss the digital divide including how we’re going to deal with those out of touch managers and asking how significant is the web anyway.
Season 7 of the Boagworld show focuses on the great debates raging in the web design community. Whether it be responsive design vs native apps or flat design vs skeuomorphism, we are going to investigate the facts and discuss the options.
Featured: Public Business
This week on the Boagworld web design podcast, we discuss whether we should make our rates public and if business objectives are more important than user needs.
Season 6 of the Boagworld show is all about your questions. From questions about dealing with senior management to advice about the latest design technique, we are here to help. If we can’t answer a question, then we will find somebody who can.
Featured: Skills, maintenance and proposals
This week on little web design podcast we look at the key skills every web designer should have, how to win over clients and how to manage them over the long term.
Season 5 of the boagworld show highlights the best web design advice out there. From posts that have become timeless classics to the latest innovations, each Thursday we will highlight articles worthy of your attention and share our thoughts on each.
Featured: Blind criticism
On this week’s podcast David Ball goes blind, Christian Heilmann rants at the ranters and I widen the scope of web standards.
There are great apps and tools being released everyday to help those involved in the web do their job better. With so much out there, its hard to find the best tool for the job. That is why season 4 focuses on awesome apps and terrific tools. Vote now, for apps you want to see featured.
Featured: Axure, Fireworks, LESS and IFTTT
This week I claim Axure is overpriced, @leigh explains why we should all be using Fireworks and we delve into pre-processors.
Client Centric Web Design will propose a different model for building websites, one where the web designer and client work in a collaborative relationship. This introduction to an alternative approach to web design results in better sites, more satisfying projects and happier clients.
Featured: A business embedded approach
A big part of client centric web design is being focused on business drivers and objectives. In this post we look at how to increase your knowledge of the clients business.
In this season we turn the theoretical into the practical when we take all we have learn't in the past and apply it to the rebuild of boagworld.com.
[S02E09] Boagworld.com is the first site I have personally coded in a long time. Things have certainly come a long way and become very exciting.
In this season of Boagworld we explore ways that your website can begin to pay for itself. We look at how to move your site from being a drain on resources to a key component in your business strategy. Subjects include: developing business objectives, measuring successes, creating positive user experiences, implementing calls to action, refining your site and marketing effectively.
(S01:E01) As website owners we like to talk about the importance of business objectives but I suspect we talk the talk, rather than walk the walk.
The original Boagworld Podcast ran for over 200 episodes and was the first podcast on web design. Aimed at those who design, develop and run websites, it won many awards and grew rapidly from its humble beginnings in 2005. We reinvented the show in 2010 but the old episodes have been kept online and redefined as ‘classic episodes’.